May Blossom Blanket Video Tutorials

Here are four little video tutorials to go along with the pattern for the May Blossom and Autumn Gold Blankets ( see my last two posts).

I hope they will help to explain some of the processes for you, although they are not at all difficult. I just found it easier to talk about them than write them down.

So, that is all you need now to create one or both of the blankets. I hope you enjoy making them, and I’d love to hear how you get on.

Happy crocheting!

The first video shows you how to join the squares together in a strip using the join as you go method.

The second video shows you how to join the strips of granny squares to the blanket using the join as you go method. Please note – I made an error describing the Treble2Together. It should of course be – Yarn over, insert hook, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops (2 loops left on hook), insert hook in next corner space, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, pull through three loops.

The third video shows you how to hem stitch the doubled over border, with all the ends neatly trapped inside. This video has no sound.

And finally, the fourth video shows you how to make the border of triangles and “buttons

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I’ve been involved in textile design and embroidery for many years, and recently become passionate about crochet too. I was originally an art teacher and embroidery tutor, then created a small business publishing greeting cards. It became a successful family partnership and we are finally handing the reins over to our daughter and stepping back a little. Now is the time for me to enjoy exploring and learning -and sharing - all that this wonderful world of textiles can offer me.

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  1. Just about to JAYG my second granny strip to the main body of the blanket! Really enjoying your colorway and the grannies. I usually avoid grannies that have so many color changes, but I have developed a rhythm for sewing them in! ❤️

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